Scope Of The Protocol To Prevent, Suppress And Punish Trafficking In Persons, Especially Women And Children, To The Convention Of The United Nations Against The Gre...

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich des Zusatzprotokolls zur Verhütung, Bekämpfung und Bestrafung des Menschenhandels, insbesondere des Frauen- und Kinderhandels, zum Übereinkommen der Vereinten Nationen gegen die gre...

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225. by-laws of the Federal Minister for arts and culture, constitutional and media regarding the scope of the Protocol to prevent, Suppress and punish trafficking in persons, especially women and children, to the United Nations against the transnational organized crime Convention

After release of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, following further States have their instruments of ratification or accession to the Protocol to prevent, Suppress and punish trafficking in persons, in particular forward - and children, to the United Nations against the transnational organized crime Convention (BGBl. III No. 220/2005, last proclamation of the scope BGBl. III No. 9 / 2014) deposited:

 







States:









Date of deposit of the





Instrument of ratification or instrument of accession:









Afghanistan





15 August 2014







Angola





19 September 2014







Barbados





11 November 2014







Eritrea





25 September 2014







Sierra Leone





12 August 2014





 

On the occasion of the deposit of its instrument of accession, Eritrea has stated the following reservation:

"The State of Eritrea considered paragraph 2, concerning governing the settlement of disputes of this Protocol, itself on the provisions of article 15 bound."

Ostermayer